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Old 04-04-2006, 04:26 PM   #1
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RO/DI Tanks?

Is it wise to use RO/DI tanks? I ask because there would not be much water circulations in the tank if it was only used twice a month for aquarium water changes. Would this not lead to raised levels of Nitrite or ammonia?

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Personally I use a tank so I always have ro/di water available. nh3/no2 isn’t an issue since nh3 wouldn’t be introduced to the storage tank. Even after a month of sitting the TDS meter still is at 0.

Using a dedicated storage/mixing container and making sure to properly aerate/heat your water when mixing salt for 24 hours uncovered is key.


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I dont use one I just fill my 5 gallon jugs but there is no reason not to use them.


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